Manufacturer of newly designed Nobbing Machines
SEAC AB, the Swedish fish processing machine manufacturer, has launched a new filleting machine for small trout, vendance and other similar fish including blue whiting, writes Andrew Martin.
Up to now, Marine Protected Areas have covered only 9.43% of English waters, but the new legislation will enable far more of the sea to be protected, in part through new Marine Conservation Zones.
C A Clase showed the SeaCross CX100 navigation system at Seawork 2009 for the first time. Complete with unique radar functions, incredible system reaction time and an easy to use interface, the company says that the high performance product has been designed to provide users with high speed and accurate navigation data.
In common with many Scottish fishing boat owners, Jonathan Dawson of the Standsure, UL 552, was experiencing increasingly high fuel costs which meant fishing was becoming less profitable.
WESMAR has announced the dates for its popular Technical Training classes, which will be held this year on 15–16 June and again on 17-18 August at company headquarters in Woodinville, WA, USA.
Swedish fish processing machine manufacturer SEAC AB has designed a brand new filleting machine for very small fish - the SEAC FPM-300.
Ulf Groenqvist, president of fish processing machine manufacturer, AB SEAC, looks into the worldwide production of canned sardines and similar fish and calls for a new sorting/grading machine.
SEAC of Sweden and Peruza of Latvia will be presenting the results of their synergetic cooperation at SPE on their joint stand.
John Browne T.D., Irish Minister of State at the Department of Communications, Marine & Natural Resources this week announced a record investment of nearly €33.32 million in new Harbour and Coastal Infrastructure Projects around the country.
An Taoiseach Bertie Ahern T.D., along with Minister Noel Dempsey T.D. and Minister of State John Browne T.D., launched the Irish Government’s new National Seafood Strategy at a press conference on 28 January.
In the October 2006 issue of World Fishing we reported that AB SEAC’s redesigned ARENCO SFD-300 could handle 35/40 fish/kilo. However, after further trials, the company is pleased to announce that fish can now be filleted down to 50 fish/kilo (10/12cm).
Irish Minister for Communications, Marine and Natural Resources Mr. Noel Dempsey T.D. last week (October 12th) explored the new state-of-the-art headquarters and laboratory facilities of the Marine Institute at Oranmore, Co. Galway, whose mission it is to unlock the potential of Ireland’s 220 million acres of seabed territory.
Swedish fish processing machine manufacturer AB SEAC has redesigned one of the most common fish processing machines on the market – the ARENCO SFD-300.
Latvian engineering company
Peruza, has begun to break
into the western European
market with processing lines and equipment such as conveyors for tunnel freezers and canning lines. Information from the Latvian fisheries’ ministry
shows Peruza was formally established
in 1991 (after Latvia regained independence from Soviet rule). Past
links means it has had good sales in
what were the former Soviet Republics
in the Baltic as well as Poland and Uruguay and, of course, Russia. Now its lower-cost equipment, which meets EU standards, is boosting sales across what were Cold War borders.
Fishermen in the North Sea could have to go further north in the future to catch certain species such as cod or haddock since almost two-thirds of 36 species studied in the area, have shifted north due to global warming.
Too much sardine may be going down the waste chute and fisheries consultant Ulf Groenqvist, from the Island of Ã–land in Sweden, working for AB Seac, says the reason may be that there is no decent machine available to pre-sort the fish before the processing machines get hold of it.
The Swedish Fish Processing machine manufacturer - AB SEAC - with historical links to ARENCO-KM AB - during the 60'ties and 70'ties one of the TWO leading Fish Processing machine manufacturer in the world - has now redesigned one of the most common fish processing machines on the market - the ARENCO SFD-300.
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